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 Cubs, and even adult bears, will share food as long as there is plenty to go around.  Although bears are generally considered to be solitary animals, their potential for sociability is determined by the amount of available food.  For example, in a large berry patch, several wild bears may feed peacefully in close proximity to each other.  The ABR cubs have plenty of food, and are happy to share.   They interact as if they were all siblings, but when they are released in a few months, they will most likely go their separate ways.